Obama and Romney Deadlocked, Polls Show

Neil King Jr. and Laura Meckler report for The Wall Street Journal that both presidential candidates, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, are continuing to campaign throughout battleground states, as both parties think that they have the momentum to win. The Journal compares this race to the race of 2008, when Obama had more support from independents, white voters and college graduates, and therefore, his victory was relatively decisive. “This election will be determined by turnout, turnout, turnout,” says Peter Hart, a Democratic pollster. 

Read at The Wall Street Journal

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